Politics & Government

July 27, 2009

Cries of reverse discrimination show U.S. isn't 'post-racial'

America, it seems, isn't over race after all. Rather, now the race card is being dealt in every direction as more and more whites — weary of a generation of minority racial preferences, fighting for scraps in a feeble economy, feeling the sting of skin color as a disadvantage — are joining minorities in crying foul.

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